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This website creates an innovative network of the student experience using a branded front-end and powerful CRM (customer relationship management) tools. As students navigate all that Cornell...Read more

If your mobile device uses both the RingCentral app and the two-step authentication app (DUO), it may not be clear how to complete the login process. Follow these steps.

Open the RingCentral app, using your NetID@cornell.edu address. Do not use your phone number to log in. Your browser...Read more

Microsoft OneDrive is available through Cornell's Office 365 and helps university faculty, students, and staff store, share, sync, and collaborate on their documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other files. OneDrive is personal storage where by default, your documents are available only...Read more

There are a number of factors that may prevent you from connecting.

Some users of Android OS 7.0, 7.1, and 8.0 who have also installed the eduroam CAT app find that they cannot connect to the network.

When the eduroam CAT app prompts for a security...Read more

Because many different versions of Android are in use, the illustrations that follow are intended to provide a generic guide how to configure your Wi-Fi settings. Your own device's exact appearance may differ. On your Android device, go to Settings then tap Wireless & networks, then Wi-Fi...Read more
Because many different versions of Android are in use, the illustrations that follow are intended to provide a generic guide how to configure your Wi-Fi settings. Your own device's exact appearance may differ. These steps also work for Chromebook. On your Android device, go to...Read more

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